The law requires that homeowners, businesses and even the government keep their land and property safe. They must clear ice and snow promptly, make sure there are no trip or slip hazards present and warn of any dangerous conditions. Unfortunately, some property owners do not honor these responsibilities.
I spent years defending insurance companies from slip, trip and fall claims. I learned every trick in the book that the insurance companies use to deny victims justice and I know how the insurance company lawyers think, because i was one. If you want the best results, go with any attorney who has handled every type of slip, trip and fall case on behalf of both the insurance companies and victims.
The insurance companies look for every way to deny your claim. Having someone who knows how they think and act will ensure that does not happen.
Contact Mobilio Law today online or by telephone at 484-224-3606 to speak to Attorney Mobilio about your slip/trip and fall accident. While we serve many areas, we focus our practice on the Lehigh Valley, including Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, the Poconos and the Philadelphia suburbs including Montgomery and Bucks County.
As always, your case will be handled personally by Attorney Mobilio. Unlike at other law firms, it will not be passed along to another attorney.
You park your car in a shopping center parking lot and start walking toward the store. Or maybe you are just walking up the sidewalk to a friend’s house. Suddenly your foot catches on something, a patch of ice, perhaps a raised piece of sidewalk. You slip/trip and are hurt. You make a claim to the property owner’s insurance company. They tell you that you were at fault, that you should have watched where you were going. Your claim is denied but the pain continues for weeks, maybe months.
Someone else’s failure to maintain their property free of ice and snow or to keep their property free of tripping hazards is not your fault.
Don’t let someone else’s negligence ruin your life and don’t let the insurance companies deny you the compensation you are entitled to. You can pursue payment for past and future medical bills, lost wages, lost earning capacity and other damages under Pennsylvania Law.